The Client: An Assisted Living Facility
Case Study: A Large Private Assisted Living Facility
The Problem: Provide a substantial amount of public space art that would compliment the decor, and contribute to the resident's well-being
The Solution: Bonnist International, working with the facility's interior designer, and within their budget, was able to pick approximately 250 images, source them, and frame them in a variety of appropriate mats & mouldings. We even designed and built custom shadowboxes, so residents could frame their own memorabilia, to help them recognize their rooms.
The Client: A Boutique Hotel
Case Study: Hotel Fitness Center
The Challenge: Bring movement & color to a basement fitness center.
The Solution: We worked with the hotel's owners to source public-domain imagery that would bring motion, color, and excitement to a basement fitness facility. The image was edited, and then printed to a vinyl wallpaper, both for ease of maintenance, and for the drama such a large piece brings to the space. Our own team of installers installed the mural, to guarantee a professional finish.
The Client: A Pro Hockey Team
Case Study – Sports Teams
The Challenge: The team wanted a way to recognize the career achievements of their players, by memorializing their milestones - First NHL Goal, First Hat Trick, 100th Save, etc.
The Solution: We designed a framed item that incorporates the scoresheet from the particular game, an action photo, and a custom plaque, along with the actual game puck. It's matted in the team's colors, and we print and frame the elements whenever a player achieves something significant. It's become a tradition, and the players have come to look forward to the recognition
The Client: Hospitality Interior Design Firm
Case Study – Interior Designer
The Challenge: The designers' client, a high-end boutique hotel, had requested a bow tie themed lounge.
The Solution: We worked with the designers to source a variety of images – celebrities in bow ties, antique “how to tie a bow tie” posters, and pages from old haberdasher's catalogs. We then combined those with the actual bow ties the designers had collected, and created a gallery wall incorporating framed art, shadow-boxes displaying tied and untied bow ties, and display boxes made from the wooden boxes in which the bow ties were sold. A collaboration between us, the interior designers, and the end user resulted in a unique display, and an elegant, memorable space.
The Client: Online Gallery
Case Study: Online Original Art Gallery
The Problem: A prominent online art gallery, dealing in original art, needed their unique pieces framed, delivered, and installed.
The Solution: A major online art gallery sold a suite of four original paintings to a client, who was also hoping to have them framed and installed. We were able to stretch the canvases, mount them in gallery-style float frames, and then have them hand-delivered to the client, and installed by our own team.